Black Chokeberry (1 gallon)

SOLD OUT Black Chokeberry (1 gallon)


We warranty our seedlings, trees and shrubs to be true to name and to be healthy at the time of pickup or shipping. Concerns must be expressed at the time of receipt. Our total liability is limited to the purchase price of the seedlings only.

Pot Size 1 gallon

Black Chokeberry

Aronia melanocarpa

2-2.5 m (6-8 feet)


Appearance: Attractive shrub with glossy, green leaves. White clusters of blooms in late spring, which develop into blue/black berries used by wildlife as a food source. In the fall, the leaves turn red to orange.

Site and soils: Damp lowland sites, forest edge. Needs full to partial sunlight. Does well in moist, sandy, acidic areas.

Rural plantings: Restoration, wildlife food source, attracts pollinators.

Urban settings: Foundation plantings, small hedges, mixed landscape beds.

Native to: Ontario

Potted stock is sold by pot size and not directly related to the plant size. We try to ensure the proper pot size is used to allow proper plant root and top development can occur for future planting success.

We do on occasion purchase seed from other areas for purpose grown trees such as Balsam and Fraser Fir for Christmas trees where no local seed sources are available.

Our plants are suitable and hardy for planting in areas throughout Eastern and Central Ontario from Toronto or North Bay eastward as well as southwestern Quebec. Our plants are hardy for other locations but optimal growth may not be met, for advice on moving stock to other locations please contact the nursery office.

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  • Product Code: p-black-chokeberry-1-gallon
  • Availability: SOLD OUT
  • $15.75
  • 51 or more $14.00
  • 101 or more $10.70
This product has a minimum quantity of 5



Please note:

Type of Pot Minimum Order Amount
All potted stock 25 pots in total, 5 per species

Different species can be combined to obtain the 25 pot minimum.

Billing and Shipping Information



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Products ordered for Spring pick up

  • 50% deposit due upon invoicing
  • Final balance due by March 15th

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Potted Stock cannot be couriered. This product is to be picked up at the nursery at a prearranged time. Alternatively, local delivery is available. Please contact the office for rates 613-258-0110 ext.230.